Geomag Mechanics Creates Fun With Magnetic Force!

Geomag Mechanics

There are so many ways that kids know how to learn. They can learn by reading, watching, and doing. I find my kids learn best by doing. It is one reason I love Geomag so much. They have amazing products, such as Geomag Mechanics!


There is nothing better than watching your kids sit down and build things. The best part of it all is that they will make things that move and function. Geomag Mechanics uses the power of magnetic force to create amazingly moveable structures.

My daughter preferred the canon most of all. She started setting up targets and shooting these magnetic balls all over the room. It was pretty hilarious. This caused her to want to create different things that would move the balls in fun ways.


I think there is nothing better than watching your children learn. When they can do it while playing, it is even better. I can not see the magic happen if they are reading or just watching a video about it. I love seeing their little minds going as they pick up each piece and try to place it in the perfect place.


There is so much silence as they work. Then when they get the magnetic ball to move just how they like it, there is laughter and yelling. Of course, they have to show me about 300 times, and I love every second of it. Seeing your children grow and learn and create things from scratch is incredible.

I love my children, and I will give them every opportunity I can. All of the fantastic products from Geomag really brighten my children’s lives. They learn so much while playing and having so much fun. As a mother, I want nothing more than for them to smile, laugh, and have a great time while learning how to do some pretty magical things.


Magnetic force is impressive, and they can learn so many things from it. Nothing like creating a canon and shoot magnetic balls around with the power of the forces of magnetism. Keep the smiling alive with Geomag. Help your children maybe find their calling to be an engineer, architect, or even an artist and so much more!


Mother of two beautiful daughters that keep her busy. She also has an eclectic home full of animals. Currently has 2 dogs Trixie (13 yrs old) a terrier mix and Willow (3) an Alaskan Malamute. There are currently 3 cats that own her Cali (16), Catniss EverPurr (4), and Fizzgig a kitten who is the biggest dictator of all. Last, but certainly not least, Morton a chinchilla (10). Wren enjoys home improvement projects and is always doing something on the fly if it is repainting all her cabinets or ripping out the carpets, she enjoys the challenge and loves improving her home. Most people on the internet know her as Leotastic or Leo for short. She streams video games on Twitch and/or Mixer and truly enjoys the community there. In her free time, she plays Dungeons and Dragons with her friends or goes out and sings terrible karaoke.
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  • Teamryce
    October 20, 2019 at 3:45 pm

    That looks like a very interesting and educational toys for kids, I think that has the same effect and result as Legos.

  • Viano Dee
    October 17, 2019 at 7:18 pm

    I think this is a great alternative rather than being stuck in front of the TV for hours. Having things they can lay their hands on and work with will enhance their creativity and make them have practical knowledge.

  • TeamRyce
    October 17, 2019 at 6:31 pm

    that looks like an interesting educational toy for kids, for sure my eldest would love to have something like that.

  • Kemi
    October 17, 2019 at 5:47 am

    I love educational toys and wish I had similar as a kid lol. They’ll have fun, no doubt.

  • Whitney Kutch
    October 16, 2019 at 8:49 pm

    These look like so much fun! A little one could build nearly anything with these! Plus, if I’m honest, I kind of want some myself 😉

  • Liz Bayardelle
    October 16, 2019 at 6:40 pm

    This is so cool! My daughter is just getting old enough to really appreciate toys like this, so I might have to check it out. Great find!

  • aisasami
    October 16, 2019 at 2:51 pm

    This looks like a great toy for kids to explore science. I would so love to use this in my classroom!

  • joy
    October 16, 2019 at 6:00 am

    that looks really cool. visually i am sure this is something that kids would love!

    Joy at The Joyous Living

  • Diana
    October 16, 2019 at 3:51 am

    That looks like such a cool stem toy. I bet my nephews would love this!

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